Δευτέρα, 27 Ιουνίου 2011

Economics of Education Review

Economics of Education Review

Vol. 30, n°4, 2011



Peer effects on high school aspirations: Evidence from a sample of close and not-so-close friends, Toni Mora, Philip Oreopoulos
Inefficient self-selection into education and wage inequality, Patrizia Ordine, Giuseppe Rose
Reevaluating the effect of non-teaching wages on teacher attrition, Gregory A. Gilpin
A low-subsidy problem in public higher education, Gary Fethke
Early commitment on financial aid and college decision making of poor students: Evidence from a randomized evaluation in rural China, Chengfang Liu, Linxiu Zhang, Renfu Luo, Xiaobing Wang, Scott Rozelle, Brian Sharbono, Jennifer Adams, Yaojiang Shi, Ai Yue, Hongbin Li, Thomas Glauben
Accounting for exogenous influences in performance evaluations of teachers, Kristof De Witte, Nicky Rogge
Which students are left behind? The racial impacts of the No Child Left Behind Act, John M. Krieg
The Internet's effect on women's coauthoring rates and academic job market decisions: The case of political science, Daniel M. Butler, Richard J. Butler
Student expectations of the financial returns to higher education in the Czech Republic and England: Evidence from business schools, John R. Anchor, Jana Fišerová, Kateřina Maršίková, Václav Urbánek
Are boys discriminated in Swedish high schools?, Björn Tyrefors Hinnerich, Erik Höglin, Magnus Johannesson
Continuous training and wages: An empirical analysis using a comparison-group approach, Katja Görlitz
Performance effects of failure to make Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP): Evidence from a regression discontinuity framework, Steven W. Hemelt
Why preferences in college admissions may yield a more-able student body, Dong Li, Dennis L. Weisman
Lecturing style teaching and student performance, Chris Van Klaveren
Does household income matter for children’s schooling? Evidence for rural Sub-Saharan Africa, Michael Grimm
The effects of adult literacy on earnings and employment, Maúna Soares de Baldini Rocha, Vladimir Ponczek
The quality vs. the quantity of schooling: What drives economic growth?, Theodore R. Breton

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